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[texts]Experimental shore level transplantation of the New Zealand cockle Chione strutchburi (Volume v. 8 (1989))

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[audio]Kitty Alone - Sabine Baring-Gould
LibriVox recording of Kitty Alone by Sabine Baring-Gould. Read in English by MaryAnnKate Quarm is a bright and sensitive girl. She lives with her aunt and uncle at Coombe Cellers, a farmhouse, eating house and store occupying a promontory in the estuary of the Teign, in the south of Devon. Kate's father is a dreamer, always off on the next get-rich-quick scheme, wandering across the countryside with his donkey cart...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; romance; Schoolmaster; daffodils; fire; atmospheric railway; arson; cockles; winkles; kitty alone; there was a frog lived in a well; a merry mouse lived in a mill
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[texts]Evaluation of MIST Alert (TM) rapid test kits for the detection of paralytic and amnesic shellfish poisoning toxins in shellfish (Volume v. 21 (2002))

Keywords: these results suggest that MIST AlertTM for PSP and ASP could be used as part of routine monitoring programs; the kit agreed in 99 of tests. Overall; among samples in which HPLC did not detect toxin; as determined by high-performance liquid chromatography HPLC. In addition; 20 mug g-1 shellfish flesh; clearly demonstrating its potential application in shellfish harvest management and end product testing. MIST Alert for ASP also detected toxin in all monitoring samples containing the regulatory limit for amnesic shellfish poisoning ASP toxins; with all positive samples being correctly identified; razor fish while routine methods of detection were simultaneously used to quantify any toxin present. All shellfish extracts found to contain PSP toxins at the regulatory limit of 80 mug saxitoxin equivalents STX eq 100 g-1 shellfish flesh using the; cockles; oysters; scallops; these kits have been evaluated for their potential use in shellfish toxin-monitoring programs and by the shellfish industry. These antibody-based tests were used to assess the presence of shellfish toxins qualitatively in a variety of shellfish species m; Rapid test kits MIST AlertTM for the detection of paralytic shellfish poisoning PSP and amnesic shellfish poisoning ASP toxins in shellfish have recently been developed. In this study
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